Someone else is biting the dust – and TBS is really starting to look like a barren wasteland – with the cancellation Full frontal with Samantha B. The late-night political talk show appears to be the latest casualty in the ongoing losses of the Warner Bros. merger. Discovery earlier this year.
“As we continue to shape our new software strategy, we’ve made some tough business-based decisions,” TBS said in a statement. diverse). “We are proud that it was our home Full frontal with Samantha B He thanked Sam, and the rest of the Emmy-nominated team for their groundbreaking work. We celebrate this exceptionally talented cast and crew and look forward to exploring new opportunities to work with them in the future.”
The gallery presented its own statement about the cancellation on its website Twitter A page written “After 7 seasons, Full frontal with Samantha B He will not be returning to TBS this fall. We are so grateful to our loyal fans, our amazing team, and that we have to disturb the right people every week – because there was no wrestling, baseball, or a very special episode of the great explosion. The statement continued, “To our loyal fans – we love you, you are so special. Go home, go home in peace.”
in Follow tweetjokingly, “full frontal She is leaving TBS to go spend more time with her family.”
Soon after the merger, TBS and TNT stop all development In the new scripts. since then, Existing software It has been falling like fliesIncluding Post OG And the Chad (the last one I got the ax On the same day of the planned second season premiere). As such, the imminent death full frontal It seemed inevitable.
Still, it’s a tough loss for late night, as Bee was one of the most prominent female voices in the genre–and with more than 200 episodes, one of the longest-tenured. From a political standpoint, she brought a unique and necessary perspective, particularly in her Voice Support From reproductive justice. At a time when these private rights are at greater risk than ever, it is disappointing that full frontal It won’t be part of the conversation.
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